Walk for Women’s Cancers

Use this category when wanting this article to show up on the Walk for Women’s Cancers Community Page.

Face of Walk For Women’s Cancers is living her best life after breast cancer

Janet Kake has been diagnosed with breast cancer not once, but three times. The Eumundi local, 53, was first diagnosed with cancer at only 33-years-old, with her most recent reoccurrence just three years ago. “The first time I was diagnosed, I only went to see the doctor because I had a pain under my  arm…

Register for Sunshine Coast walk now to win luxury stay

Walk to beat women’s cancers and you could win! Those who register online for the Sunshine Coast Walk For Women’s Cancers event before August 11 will go in the draw to win a getaway for up to six people at Plantation Resort at Rainbow. Perfectly situated in the main street of Rainbow Beach, across from…

Step out to save lives at Walk For Women’s Cancers

Cancer Council Queensland is calling on the Sunshine Coast and Cairns communities to create hope for every woman’s future. Registration has officially opened for two Walk for Women’s Cancers events – the first will kick-start at Alexandra Headland Surf Life Saving Club on September 2, and the second will depart from the Cairns Esplanade on…

Queensland researchers discover cancer kill switch for breast cancer subtype

Women with particular sub-types of breast cancer have been given new hope, thanks to a discovery by Queensland researchers identifying a new way to kill certain types of cancer cells. Funded by Cancer Council Queensland, a University of Queensland study published in the international journal Oncogene has found that some women with breast cancer could…

Quick links:

Cancer statistics
Current media releases
Share your story